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It divides into two sections; First section to agriculture, industry, housing and exports. It also its subsidiaries, mutual funds, investment and loan describes the concept of bank, Historical Background, companies and equipment leasing and hire download Functions and types of banks.
It also focuses on the evolution term investment.
Exim bank and the National Housing Bank NHB have been established to serve as apex banks in their specific areas of responsibility and concern. Excluding Regional Rural Banks RRBs , mere 27 banks are now operating a vast A Financial system, which is inherently strong, network of about 45, branches.
The concentration of functionally diverse and displays efficiency and flexibility, banking business has been brought about through the is critical to our national objectives of creating a market- policy of mergers and consolidation of banks and their driven, productive and competitive economy. The Government ownership. This fact enables them to be financial system in India comprises financial institutions, dominant in not only the deposit and credit markets, but financial markets, financial instruments and services.
The allows them to play important role in money and capital Indian financial system is characterized by its two major markets. By the end of eighties, the consistently than those with weaker systems. The Indian financial sector had registered tremendous growth financial sector plays a central role in organizing and in volume and variety.
This included the stock market, coordinating an economy; it makes modern economic mutual funds, non-banking finance companies and other society possible. For every real transaction there is a institutions. All trade banking sector. Some of the reasons for this are high involves both the real and the financial sector. The reserve requirements, administrated interest rates, directed financial sector has a vital role in promoting efficiency and credit, poor supervision, lack of competition and political growth as it intermediates in the flow of funds from those interference.
The efficiency of easing of external constraints such as administrative intermediating depends on the width, depth and diversity structure of interest rates and reserve requirements of of the financial system. On a number of recommendations, the Government and The three main constituents of the financial system are: RBI have taken follow up action, summed up below: In the first case, it is a mechanism in aid of the cost; industrial system as we know it.
The primary financial liabilities are deposits in checking institutions may be publicly owned or privately owned, or savings accounts. It includes commercial banks, may be partnerships or corporations, may be specialized or savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks non-specialized in character. Whatever their legal or and credit unions. These intermediaries acquire funds It is important to realize that the brokerage activity at periodic intervals on a contractual basis.
Because does not require the broker to download and sell or hold in they can predict with reasonable accuracy how much inventory the financial asset that is the subject of they will have to pay out in benefits in the coming trade. The institutions about losing funds. A financial market is a market where financial assets iii Investment Intermediaries - Intermediaries falling and financial liabilities are bought and sold.
Financial under this type provide a mechanism through which markets perform the essential economic function of small savers pool funds to invest in a variety of channeling funds from savers who have an excess of funds financial assets and therefore result in to spenders who have a shortage of funds. Diversification, here, means shown schematically in figure below: This category includes-finance companies, mutual funds, and money market mutual funds.
Households Financial Borrowers-Spenders 2.
Business firms Markets 1. Business firms 3. Government 2. Government 4. Households 4. Foreigners Figure: The short-term securities have smaller fluctuations in prices than long-term securities, i Classification by Nature of Claim: As a result, corporation and banks actively use this market to a Debt Markets - A debt market is a market where earn interest on surplus funds they expect to have debt instruments are exchanged.
The most only temporarily. Capital market securities, by the borrower to pay the holder of the such as stocks and long-term bonds, are often instrument fixed amounts at regular intervals held by financial intermediaries such as insurance until a specified date the maturity date , when a companies and pension funds, which have little final payment is made.
A debt instrument is short uncertainty about the amount of funds they will term if its maturity is less than a year and long have available in the future.
Debt instruments with a maturity between one and ten iii Classification by Organizational Structure: The second method of to organize exchanges, where downloaders and sellers raising funds is by issuing equities which are of securities or their agents or brokers meet in claims to share in net income and the assets of a one central location to conduct traders. The and is willing to accept their prices.
Because primary markets for securities are not well known over-the-counter dealers are in computer contact to the public because the selling of securities to and know the prices set by one another, the OTC initial downloaders takes place behind closed doors. Sellers in this market also include venture capital firms. Whereas An asset is something that provided its owner with investment banks only assist in selling their expected future benefits.
Financial assets are assets, such stock, venture capital firms often are partnerships as stocks or bonds, whose benefit to the owner depends on that invest their own money in return for part the issuer of the asset meeting certain obligations.
These ownership of a new firm. Security brokers and dealers are crucial to a well-functioning secondary market. Examples of secondary market are stock money market assets and capital market assets. Money market securities were, a great part of its highways into good pastures and i-Xplore International Research Journal Consortium www.
The modern financial and monetary system has ii Between and the mid-eighties reflecting the developed around commercial banks. Economic history of various developed countries like USA.
Japan, Britain, Germany, etc. Pre Organization that banking industry in their respective country has played the key role in making a organized and self During the first phase, the organization of the financial sufficient economy. It was incapable of sustaining a high level of key agents the other being entrepreneurship in the whole capital formation and accelerated pace for industrial process of development.
Alexander Gerschenkron highlighted the important role Phase II: Alexander Gerschenkron looks at banks as During the second phase, the mixed economy model a substitute for deficiencies in the original accumulation of with growing accent on ambitious industrialization liquid wealth in moderately backward economies.
The main and redistribute them into more useful channels. Thus, broad groups: The process of economic development is Phase III: Post Nineties invariably accompanied by a corresponding and parallel growth of financial organizations.
Planned characterized by profound transformation. India inherited an extremely weak banking the Indian financial system is witnessing capital market- structure at the time of independence. The number of oriented developments.
The capital market has emerged as banks in existence then was , an unwieldy number not the main agency for the allocation of resources. The amenable for closer monitoring and control. They had essence of these developments is the fact that the Indian branches mostly in urban areas.
Only some banks, financial system is poised for integration with the savings especially in the south, were having branches in smaller pool in the domestic economy and abroad. There were 15 exchange banks operating in Bombay, Madras and Calcutta financing the foreign trade. Commercial banks were generally characterized by conservatism, rigidity and lack of Although evidence regarding the existence of money farsightedness, during the period of traditional banking lending operations in India is found in the literature of the which broadly continued up to year Vedic times, i.
From this time period can be, for purposes of exposition, divided into onwards, India possessed a system banking, which three broad phases: Phase of Banking Consolidation: Phase of Innovative Banking: Phase of Prudential Banking: